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Cumbria police's dog section has unveiling its latest recruits.
The current canine crime fighting team are being joined by ten springer spaniel puppies. They were born in October but are now old enough to join to force.
Earlier today our reporter Ryan Dollard went to meet them, but they didn't seem too happy to see him:
Cumbria Police have ten new, eager recruits on their hands this Christmas.
Millie, one of the force's operational dogs, gave birth to the puppies in October.
PC Paddy Bainbridge from Cumbria Police said: "We've bred these puppies to help Cumbria Constbulary in the fight against drugs. We are over the moon with them. They are bred from two of our existing dogs and they just seem to be everything we want."
Cumbria police's dog section will unveil its latest recruits today.
Ten springer spaniel puppies were born in October and are being trained to carry out their crime-fighting roles.
There have been new arrivals at Cumbria Constabulary after one of the force's operational dogs gave birth to ten new springer spaniel puppies.
Millie, a drug detection dog, gave birth to ten puppies - five male and five female - and mother and puppies are all doing well and are healthy.
This is the first litter from a Cumbria Constabulary dog since 2007, and it is also the first time ever that the litter will be of puppies that will become specialist operational dogs for Cumbria Constabulary.